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I've since read all Lizzie's books, and highly recommend each one - try them, you won't be disappointed.
I really liked Charlee. I thought she was believable and down-to-earth and I particularly enjoyed her smart, sassy dialogue.
Author Lizzie Lamb manages to create lots of romantic atmosphere as the tale unfolds. Right until the end the temporary nature of the fake engagement is sustained and the reader is kept on tenterhooks throughout.
Boot Camp Bride is a well written and very amusing romance novel which would be ideal for a holiday read or a long winter night in front of the fire.
I loved the first meeting between Charlee and Rafa and the way she digs herself into a hole. It’s nervousness mixed with showing off which makes her very human and approachable to the reader who can imagine being in the same position perhaps.
Although the theme of the book is fairly standard with the reader hoping for a happy ever after, the plot most certainly isn’t. This is one fast –paced, page-turning story if ever there was one with the reader being swept along for the ride.
When Charlee goes undercover at the Boot Camp, the story takes on a whole new dimension and Anastasia is another interesting character.
A thoroughly enjoyable well-crafted book that gets my vote!
Next day instead of being fired she's given the chance to redeem herself with a story about a young Royal playing away from home. But she has a partner and she must face Ffinch. Her best friend Poppy fills her in on Ffinch; kidnapped in Columbia by the Aguilas Negra, he was left to die, until he was rescued by an Amazon tribe. Now he's putting all the proceeds of the book in to a hospital boat and Charlee must eat humble pie.
The short story piece is only the tip of the iceberg and Charlee finds herself going the extra mile to get her scoop. Faking an engagement and booking herself in to a Boot Camp for Brides, Charlee's fulfilling the role, but what is it that Ffinch isn't telling her? Frustrated Charlee threatens to find the truth herself and just how long will it take for her to also see what else is standing right before her eyes?
This review is based on a free copy of the book given to me by the author.
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This action-packed, hilarious, heart-wrenching, frustrating, amusing and amazing story begins with Charlee Montague, an intern at a magazine called What'cha! Read morePublished 8 months ago by Silver Unicorn
Great laugh out loud story. Feisty heroine, handsome hero. Intriguing plot.
Charlee is. Certainly giving Rafael a run for his money.
Aspiring journalist, Charlee Montague, is desperate for her big break. The story that will make people sit up and take notice, especially her ultra successful family. Read morePublished 18 months ago by CathyR
A sassy heroine and a sultry male, a nasty Russia and not forgetting a camper van! If you like strong independent women, passion and quick fire exchanges then this book is for... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Linda
Boot Camp Bride is an intriguing romantic romp across the marshes of Norfolk with the naive but enthusiastic Charlee and deliciously sexy and terribly capable leading man,... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Georgia Rose
This story is entertaining and well written. Just don't expect much plausibility.
The main character - supposedly an intelligent, educated, shrewd woman with sound... Read more
Unique meets quirky in this suspense novel featuring a teasy romance with a snappy sense of humor. When cub reporter Charlee is paired with celebrated photo-journalist Rafael, she... Read morePublished on 10 Jun. 2015 by Cynthia Harrison
A great read for a wet Bank Holiday afternoon. The action had great pace and I loved the developing romance between Rafa and Charlee. Read morePublished on 11 May 2015 by NatalieT